Site Showcase: L+K Home Organization

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Designer's Name: Meghan Lambert

Email Address: hello@meghanlambert.com

Your Studio Name (if applicable): Meghan Lambert Design

Your Site URL: http://meghanlambert.com

Client's Site Name:: L+K Home Organization

URL of Page you Want Featured if you are not submitting your own images: http://lkhomeorganization.com

Client Site Description: Professional Website

Template Chosen: Pacific

Why did you choose that template?: Pacific has been my go-to template for awhile now because it has such a clean base to work from and is very flexible (hey, Brine family). I've created enough sites using Pacific that I have many lines of codes pre-written and can re-use them without worrying about a template-specific quirk getting in the way of my vision.

What was the Client's Objective?: Lara and Kim (L+K) wanted a one-page site that gave an overview of their services.

Tell us a bit about the design process?: The site design is based largely off of a trifold brochure I created for L+K several months ago — so in many ways it is a traditional brochure site. Because Lara and Kim are still in the infancy stage of their business, time and assets like testimonials and photography are still in the works. Rather than wait for the business to grow so we could gather everything we needed for a full site, we decided to put together this extensive one-pager that can work as a sales landing page for them, generate leads, and serve as an attractive placeholder while the bigger site in being built.

How did you help the client differentiate their business through design?: I had the honor of working with L+K on their branding which has given all of their materials a distinctive look and set them apart from feeling DIY to looking really polished and professional. They're all about bringing clarity to their customers home so we want things to feel decorative and pleasant, calm and classy.

Is there custom development? What about custom added CSS? Can you tell us why you did or did not use these edits?: Oh yes! CSS was used to create unique styling throughout as well as adjusting elements to look good on mobile. I also included just a smidge of Javascript for a little bit of movement on the page.

What are the top three creative features you used in the design?: 1. Layering elements and typography in the packages section

2. Small touches of movement as you scroll down the page

3. Fun, customized icons

Anything else you want us to know about the site?:

Vendors used?: None

Images: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1x31n5Xr-7iC2q1G8YIiLB5SBoz4san9A/view?usp=sharing